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I heard of using smoke from a fire to cover you smell. It makes sense to me anyone else have any feed back on this?

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  • I heard of using smoke from a fire to cover you smell. It makes sense to me anyone else have any feed back on this?

    I heard of using smoke from a fire to cover you smell. It makes sense to me anyone else have any feed back on this?

  • #2
    depends, out west animals fear smoke due to wildfires, out east, wood stoves and stuff desensitize them

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    • #3
      Im with Redfishhunter. The Indians never had scent blocker.

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      • #4
        Works as well or better as anything in a spray bottle and has for a few millenium

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        • #5
          You can use whatever you want as cover scent as long as you play the wind :-)

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          • #6
            I woke up the other day to find deer licking the leftover charred logs on the edge of my fire pit. No fear their, thats for sure. Of course, they were does, Booners operate on a whole other level.

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            • #7
              might work never tried it i have been awakened from several naps by deer standing over me making chattering noises.two times it was bucks.i dont use any cover scent at all.try snoring to attract deer
              my hunting buddy says i sound like a chain saw

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              • #8
                as others have said play the wind not your sent. i know someone who would smoke pot in his blind but because of the wind he still killed deer.

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                • #9
                  Might work, but then again you might just smell like a boy scout that has been on a camping trip.

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                  • #10
                    I you are hunting in an area where a light smoke smell is normal, sure

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